arbitrament

  • 61 dictum — n. (L. pl. Dicta.) 1. Saying, assertion, affirmation. 2. (Law.) a. Extra judicial opinion; b. award, arbitrament, decision (of an arbitrator) …

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  • 62 umpirage — n. 1. Umpireship. 2. Arbitration, arbitrament, intervention …

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  • 63 war — I. n. 1. Enmity, hostility, state of opposition, strife, contention. 2. Declared hostilities, fighting, warfare, arbitrament of the sword, contest of nations, armed conflict of powers, the last argument of kings, ultima ratio regum. 3. Art of war …

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  • 64 arbitration — noun the council called for arbitration to settle the dispute Syn: adjudication, judgment, arbitrament; mediation, mediatorship, conciliation, settlement, intervention …

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  • 65 act — n 1. deed, turn, action; performance, proceeding, execution, consummation; conduct; doing, operation, transaction; undertaking, project, enterprise; work, task, job, commission. 2. exploit, feat, Archaic. gest, achievement, step, stride,… …

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  • 66 arbitration — n 1. mediation, negotiation, bargaining; peacemaking, bringing together, reconciliation, reconcilement, conciliation; intervention, interposition, intermediation, interference. 2. judgment, adjudication, decision, determination; settling,… …

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  • 67 conclusion — n 1. close, end, termination, finish, completion; finale, final act or scene, last part or stage; consummation, fruition, achievement, attainment, accomplishment, acquirement; realization, fulfillment, culminaton, climax, capper, denouement;… …

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  • 68 decision — n 1. determination, resolution, settling, settlement, arbitration, arbitrament, Law. award, Sports. call; judgment, adjudication, sentence; finding, conclusion, verdict, ruling, decree, edict, order, command. 2. evaluation, weighing,… …

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  • 69 determination — n 1. decision, solution, adjudication, adjudgment, arbitrament, arbitration. 2. ascertainment, verification, finding, learning; establishment, confirmation; discovery, uncovering, unearthing. 3. settlement, verdict, judgment, opinion, decree;… …

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  • 70 negotiation — n 1. discussion, parley, debate, collective bargaining, working out, give and take; mediation, intermediation, arbitration, arbitrament, adjudication, diplomacy, interposition, refereeing, umpiring. 2. bargaining, dickering, haggling, higgling,… …

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  • 71 verdict — n decision, final decision, judgment, adju dition, Law. award, Sports. call; determination, resolution, settlement, arbitration, arbitrament; finding, conclusion, Law. opinion, ruling, Law. sentence, decree, edict, order, command …

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  • 72 umpirage — /ˈʌmpaɪərɪdʒ/ (say umpuyuhrij) noun 1. the office or authority of an umpire. 2. the decision of an umpire; arbitrament. {umpir(e) + age} …

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  • 73 verdict — [n] law judgment adjudication, answer, arbitrament, award, conclusion, decision, decree, deduction, determination, finding, opinion, ruling, sentence; concept 318 Ant. accusation …

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  • 74 dictum — /diktam/ A statement, remark, or observation. @ gratis dictum a gratuitous or voluntary representation; one which a party is not bound to make. + gratis dictum /greytas diktam/ A voluntary assertion; a statement which a party is not legally bound …

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  • 75 laudum — /lodsm/ An arbitrament or award …

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  • 76 mercy — In old English practice, the arbitrament of the king or judge in punishing offenses not directly censured by law. So, to be in mercy signifies to be amerced or fined for bringing or defending an unjust suit, or to be liable to punishment in the… …

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  • 77 dictum — /diktam/ A statement, remark, or observation. @ gratis dictum a gratuitous or voluntary representation; one which a party is not bound to make. + gratis dictum /greytas diktam/ A voluntary assertion; a statement which a party is not legally bound …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 78 laudum — /lodsm/ An arbitrament or award …

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  • 79 mercy — In old English practice, the arbitrament of the king or judge in punishing offenses not directly censured by law. So, to be in mercy signifies to be amerced or fined for bringing or defending an unjust suit, or to be liable to punishment in the… …

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  • 80 arbitrement — Same as arbitrament …

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